Seeking: After School Program Coordinator
Stratton School is seeking an After School Program Coordinator. For more information contact Kathy Matthews at 246-2283 or kmatthews@strattonschool.org.

This Week at Stratton School- October 17, 2022

School News

October 17th, 2022

Happening this week:

Upcoming Dates:

Other updates:

The 2022/2023 season Boomaugers Program is open for registration. Registration closes December 1, 2022 and space is limited. This is an 8 week ski, snowboard, or nordic ski lesson series. Local students who sign up for the program receive a discounted rate.

For more information check out: https://www.strattonschool.org/skiing-snowboarding-opportunities-for-students or call 1-800-THE-LOAF


Stratton School is seeking an After School Program Coordinator. The After School Program runs from 2:30-4:30 Monday-Thursday following the school year calendar.

For more information or for an application please reach out to Kathy Matthews at 246-2283 or kmatthews@strattonschool.org


5210 Survey: Attention all families: Please take this 5 minute survey from MaineHealth. Even if you completed the survey last year, we need your participation again! Everyone who completes the survey will be entered into a prize drawing and five lucky winners across the state will each receive a $100 Amazon gift card for their personal use AND if you win, our school will receive $1,000. Other schools are participating, so the more families from our school who complete the survey, the greater our chance of winning $1,000! Contact information for the prize drawing will be collected at the end of the survey and will not be connected to your survey responses. All survey responses are anonymous. Click the following link to begin the survey: https://redcap.link/2022FamilySCH

Thank you!

Updates and Pictures From Last Week:

Grades 7 & 8 are reading Dragonwings written by Laurence Yep. Both the story and Yep’s own history have ties with kite building and flying kites. Students designed and created kites and tested them out.


Students across the grade levels have been working in the makerspace during library to create Halloween inspired designs/decorations.


Grades 1 & 2 had a virtual visit with a dairy farm. Students learned about the Clearview Dairy Farm in Michigan through an event put on by the Milk Means More organization.


Pre K students created monsters in their Art class this week.


Grades K-2 “Discovery Detour” this week was all about symmetry. Students learned about symmetry and then created many symmetrical designs.


Grades 3-5 “OOB Friday” included designing and making nature journals as well as measuring and framing shelving for storage of student toolboxes.

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